Once your twine breakout rooms are all setup, you'll want to invite participants to use twine for Zoom with you.

✉️ Invite Participants to Download twine for Zoom During your Meeting

Once you launch your Zoom meeting and open the app, you can invite participants to download the twine for Zoom app during the meeting by following these steps:

  1. Click the "paper airplane" invite button.

  2. On the Invite popup, select All Participants and click Invite.

  3. Everyone in your meeting (unless they are joining from mobile or web) will receive the following prompt and has been invited to join the app in guest mode.

  4. If the participant already has twine for Zoom installed, they will receive the following message and be prompted to open the app.

  5. As the host, you will see your attendee bar update indicating everyone's participant status.

    • User's Profile Avatar = participant has twine for Zoom installed

    • Purple Icon = participant is using the app as a guest

    • Grey Icon = participant is not using the app (web, mobile, etc.)

💌 Invite Participants to Download twine for Zoom Before your Meeting

Alternatively, you can prepare your participants to join the twine for Zoom app by asking them to install the twine for zoom app prior to your meeting.

We created this twine Participant Guide for you to share with your participants to give them instructions on how to download the twine for Zoom app prior to joining your meeting.


⚠️ If participants see the following message when you send the invite, this is because apps have been disabled by their organization.

SOLUTION: The easiest way for them to still be able to use the app is by asking them to log out of their Zoom desktop client and re-sending them the invite to the app so that they can join as a guest.

We hope this information was helpful, but if you have additional feedback, questions, or comments, please contact us at support@twine.nyc or sign up for one of our daily office hours with our Customer Success team and they'd be happy to give you a hand.

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